Adobe’s flagship product, Photoshop, will abandon Mac OS 9 support in its next major version, sources close to Adobe told MacCentral. While no final date has been set for the release of the next revision of Photoshop, Adobe is expected to introduce the product this fall.
“It’s a big step for Adobe, but Apple made it clear that the future of the platform was going to be OS X,” Jupiter Research analyst, Michael Gartenberg, told MacCentral. “The cost for developers to maintain two architectural releases is extremely prohibitive.”
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